Thanks for the help on mine.
I would look into Conor Jackson to fill-in for D.Lee while he deals with his slump and chronic injuries. Conor Jackson's been awful so far this year, but his past production and talent level both indicate that he'll be able to turn it around shortly.
As far as pitching goes, your waiver's looking pretty thin. I would personally pick up John Maine. His ERA's inflated because of two bad starts earlier this season, but he's been great otherwise. He has a career .231 BAA with a good offense and bullpen backing him up, and the new Citi field appears to have been designed with pitchers in mind. I would recommend Zimmermann, but the Nats offense is horrible outside of Dunn and Zimmerman, and their bullpen is possibly the worst in the majors. I would keep an eye on Parra, Bannister, and Richmond - especially Bannister. His ND in Seattle is misleading since although he gave up 6 R, only 3 were earned. He won't rack up the K's, but he has excellent control and plays for a contender. Parra... well, Parra's probably the riskiest/least good pickup of the three I mentioned, with Richmond falling in between. Parra hasn't had any TERRIBLE games, but he has given up 5 ER twice and batters always seem to find a way to get the ball into play against him. He also has a lot of control issues and is awfully close to issuing a walk per inning. However, he did win 11 games last year with almost a 1K/IP, and he's a young guy so if he gets his control down there's no reason to think he can't build on his success from last year.
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